About promotion at airports – at the 10th Promotion Forum

We will talk about promotion at airports at the 10th Tourist Promotion Forum

Spaces at airports, on the one hand, serve as advertising space for departure destinations, on the other hand, they can be used to promote the nearest city and region. The participants of the debate during the 10th Tourist Promotion Forum, which will be held on April 6 at the Orientarium in Łódź, will talk about who and with what effect promotes themselves at Polish airports.

Airport ports are at the interface between inbound and outbound tourism.
At each of the Polish airports, we can see advertisements of large tour operators offering departures from a given port to destinations in the office's offer. Some airports also use their space to promote their home city or region.

In the debate "How to include the airport in the promotion of a tourist destination?"During the 10th Tourism Promotion Forum, will be attended by: Piotr Burwicz, Vice President of Rainbow, Michał Fijoł, Member of the Board for. in LOT Polish Airlines, Piotr Henicz, vice-president of Itaka, Tomasz Kloskowski, President of the Management Board of the Gdańsk Airport. Lech Wałęsa, Dariusz Kuś, president of Wrocław Airport, Agnieszka Szymerowska, president of Wrocław Tourist Organization (WROt) and Convention Bureau & # 8211; Wrocław, Barbara Tutak, president of the Warsaw Tourist Organization, Stanisław Wojtera, president of Przedsiębiorstwo Porty Lotnicze

The forum will be held on April 6 at the Orientarium in Łódź.

The organizer is the editorial office of the WaszaTurystyka industry portal.pl.

The co-organizers are: the Łódź Tourist Organization and the Orientarium at the ZOO in Łódź.

The partners are: the Marshal's Office of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, the City of Olsztyn, the "Polish Airports" State Enterprise.

The patrons are: Information Agency, Chamber of Commerce of the Polish Hotel Industry, Krakow Chamber of Tourism, Polish Chamber of Tourism, Polish Chamber of Tourism, Łódź Branch.

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